The Charles Wallace India Trust fellowship at CRASSH offers funding for a term of study and residence in Cambridge during the academic year. The scheme is intended for earlier-career academics from India (defined as resident and domiciled in India, normally between the ages of 25 and 45 years). Applicants should have been in full-time academic employment in an Indian university or research institute of equivalent standing for at least five years and have completed a PhD.
The Charles Wallace India Trust gives grants to Indians in the early or middle stages of their careers who are living in India and working or studying in the arts, heritage conservation or the humanities. The grants enable successful applicants to achieve their artistic, academic or professional ambitions through spending time in the United Kingdom. Full information about the various types of grants available, and guidance on eligibility and how to apply, can be found on the website of the British Council in India: https://www.britishcouncil.in/study-uk/scholarships/charles-wallace-india-trust-scholarships.
The competition to select a Fellow for 2018-19 is now closed. We are pleased to announce that Dr Ronita Bardhan (Indian Insttute of Technology Mumbai) has been appointed as the Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow for 2018-19. Dr Bardhan will be at CRASSH in Michaelmas Term 2018.
Dr Bina Gandhi Deori (Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan)
Activating the North-East Indian ethnography collections in Cambridge archives and museums
Dr Ananya Dutta Gupta (Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan)
This goodly Cittie: Representations of the Urban Space in Select Elizabethan and Jacobean English Texts
Dr Sukanya Dasgupta (Loreto College, University of Calcutta)
Ovid Revisited: Locating the Heroides in Michael Drayton and Madusudan Dutt
Dr Swarnalatha Rangarajan (IIT Madras)
Ecocriticism of the Global South
Dr Abhijit Gupta (Jadavpur University)
Print and Missionary Networks in Early 19th-century South and South-East India
Dr Sucheta Bhattacharya (Jadavpur University)
The Mysterious Women of G W M Reynolds and their Indian Sisters